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Student Injured at Skating Rink

By Sarah Y. Keightley
Editor in Chief

An accident at the Johnson Athletic Center skating rink Saturday night resulted in the rink being closed for about half an hour.

Jason Teller '98 was skating at the rink during the general skating time, and around 8:30 p.m. he fell, hit his head, and went into a seizure.

"My skates came out from under me, and I landed on my head," Teller said.

"From what I understand, [Teller] fell backwards, hit his head on the ice, and started going into what looked like a seizure," said T. Ryan Cleary '97.

Teller said he was taken to Massachusetts General Hospital, where after several X-rays and a CAT-scan, it was found that he had a concussion. He was released later that night. Teller thanked the Campus Police, the hospital, andSteve S. Lin '98, Cleary, and Darci Truong '98 for helping him.